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What is the proper rewire for the 3 prong red positive battery cable wire on a 97 v8 30th camaro you need to know if the positive red cable of the 3 is reconnected to the red positive oval box on fram?

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2009-07-02 01:28:27

One lead to red positive junction block, one lead to positive on alternator, and big lead to starter.

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